Rookie Teacher of the Year:
Ms. Amanda Lewandowski
Boeing has a partnered with North Charleston High School to provide support, mentorships, recruit for internships and employment. Boeing continues to make a difference in the lives of our students by inspiring them and sharing the importance of science, technology, engineering and math. DreamLearners is the new Education Relations program aimed at reaching students in South Carolina and encouraging them to pursue future careers with the company.
North Charleston High School Teach The Need students visit Charleston Place. The Teach The Need Program connects students to thriving hospitality industry with the local community. The restaurant training program a luncheon at Charleston Grill. The goal is to help these young adults develop the skills and confidence needed to secure-and keep-jobs in the food and beverage industry.
NCHS LOGISTICS STUDENTS EARN FORKLIFT LICENSE
As a part of the district’s new Logistics Major, two North Charleston High School students successfully earned their “Forklift Operator Certification” from Carolina Material Handling Services. Raamon Moore and Keith Green completed in-class training, a course examination, and a driving test as part of the major’s second level class. This license is required of all forklift operators in the industry. These students use their skills daily in the district’s warehouse to manage the pallets of materials they inventory and to store and ship materials for the program’s national business partner, First Book. This innovative new major is aimed at preparing students to enter the growing field of logistics upon graduation. Equipped with their license and the hours of “on-the-job” experience they have earned in the class, these seniors are prepared to attain their first job upon graduation. Read More
Be A Mentor Program 2014
NCHS Community Classes
NCHS opened its doors to our Hispanic families. Parents were offered and given the opportunity to take both English and Computer classes here on our campus. In addition to that, the children of these parents took Enrichment Classes as well. If you have any books, puzzles, flash cards, or tapes that you have no need or use for, we will kindly accept your donations. NCHS will always push literacy and we would like the parents to continue working with their children throughout the summer months.